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Our everyday normal acts of outer sense perception of physical phenomena are inherently and naturally misleading because they take their objects to be existing "out there" as it were.
Blue Gene/L will be used to develop and run a broad suite of scientific applications including the simulation of very complex physical phenomena of national interest, such as turbulence, prediction of material properties, and the behavior of high explosives.
RELATED ARTICLE: Since the early '70s Roman Signer has been conducting and documenting self-described "sculptural events" in the Swiss countryside, employing a limited repertoire of objects (blue barrel, red balloon, Christmas tree, dynamite) to produce various physical phenomena.
The Scole Investigation: A Study in Critical Analysis of Paranormal Physical Phenomena.
This physical phenomena is suppressed by the hydraulic assist in a conventional system," states Guldner, "but we can enhance it electronically and amplify the effect at the steering wheel.
The physical phenomena produced by brain cell firings can be measured with modern equipment, and the data can be correlated with various cognitive and emotional states of the subjects.
That is, it appears to be possible, at least in principle, to explain all physical phenomena in terms of other physical phenomena.
0 of FEMLAB, a modeling and analysis package for virtual prototyping of physical phenomena, handles any model a scientist can describe with partial differential equations, including heat transfer, fluid flow, and structural mechanics, in any dimension.
Superview's dynamic viewing options provide engineers with the ability to rotate, zoom, and pan to examine models after they have been subjected to the applied physical phenomena.
universities or colleges for work in determining improved values of the fundamental constants, investigating related physical phenomena or developing new, fundamental measurement methods.
Solitary waves are physical phenomena that occur in seemingly random ways, but are caused by measurable physical factors such as abrupt changes in depth or subterranean seismic patterns in water.
The second part deals with specific product areas but all this can easily be seen from the following list of chapter titles: Basic physical phenomena in the freezing and thawing of plant and animal tissues; Freezing technology; Packaging of frozen foods; Product safety from the factory to consumer; Nutritional aspects of frozen foods; Developing products for the market; Meat and meat products, Fish and shellfish; Freezing of vegetables and fruits; Manufacturing of frozen prepared meals; and Frozen bakery products.

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